Today's Sports

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  • Breds drop game at Montgomery Co...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    The Harrison County Thorobreds began the 2016 season a little shaky with an opening 8-3 loss at Montgomery County last Friday.  
    A shaky defense, no timely hitting and eight errors led to the Thorobreds demise.  
    The game was never in doubt after the first when the Indians scored four runs on a double by Andrew Dyer, an error and a sacrifice fly by Kelsey Holland.

  • Fillies win home opener 8-0 over...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    After two successful games on the road to start the season, the Harrison County Fillies played their home opener Tuesday night with Montgomery County.  
    The Fillies garnered 13 hits while pitcher Bailey Conley held the visitors to only five as Harrison County won, 8-0.
    Harrison County scored twice in the bottom of the first on a walk to Conley, a single by Jami Davis and a two-RBI single from catcher Courtney Newsom.  

  • Tennis team swamps Bracken Co.

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    The Harrison County tennis team led by a sweep and the Fillies ran over Bracken County last Thursday.  
    The Fillies’ Gracie Roberts won the No. 1 seed match up, 8-1; Melony Dunaway took the No. 2 seed singles match, 8-0; and Alexis Lanza won the No. 3 singles match, 8-1.  

  • HCMS soccer visits powerful...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    The Harrison County Fillies middle school soccer team and the HCMS Colts battled tough Woodford County on Tuesday and hosted Grant County last Thursday in the Athletic Complex.
    The Fillies battled to a 2-2 tie with the squad thought to be one of the biggest challenges on the schedule.  
    Early in the match, it was Harrison County’s offense doing the attacking and Woodford County’s goal keeper making great stops.  

  • The selection committee and...

    The NCAA selection committee has drawn a lot of criticism this year, not only about what teams that were selected but also about where the teams were seeded.  
    Some teams select themselves when they win their conference tournament or, in the Ivy League’s case, the conference title.  But others, 12 of the 16 left in the Sweet Sixteen, are selected as an at-large team by the selection committee and then seeded according to how the Ouija board decides.

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  • Sports this week

    March 23 - 30
    Wednesday, Mar. 23 vs. Mason Co. (H) HCMS  5:45 PM
    Thursday, Mar. 23 vs. Bryan Station (H) V/JV  6 PM
    Saturday, Mar. 26 at Ryle Triangle vs. Rockcastle Co. 10:15 AM
    Saturday, Mar. 26 at Ryle Triangle vs. Ryle 1:45 PM
    Wednesday, Mar. 30 at Pendleton Co. V/JV 5:30 PM

    Wednesday, Mar. 23 vs. Nicholas Co. (H) Freshman
    Thursday, Mar. 24 at Fleming Co. V/JV 5:15/7:15 PM
    Friday, Mar. 25 at Louisville Eastern Varsity 6:45 PM

  • Softball Fillies start season...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    The Harrison County Fillies hit the road for the first two games of the 2016 season and proved successful on both occasions.  
    Last Thursday, the Fillies visited Campbell County and hammered out 13 hits in a 5-2 win over the Lady Camels.  
    Campbell County is thought to be vastly improved over the norm but the Fillies’ big bats rocked for the 13 hits. Jami Davis’ pitching gave up only five hits while striking out eight to hold Campbell County to two runs.  

  • Gems travel to Orlando for All-...

    The HarriCyn Athletics (HCA) Gems traveled to Orlando over the weekend for the UCA International All-Star Cheerleading Championships.  
    Two of the four teams, Emerald and Topaz, represented the Gems at the UCA IASC.  
    Emerald competed in the Youth Level 2 division while Topaz competed in the Junior Level 2 division.  
    Emerald placed second in its division and Topaz came in third overall in its division.  Both teams reached their highest scores of the season in the competition.